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Ah, what is Love? R. Greene 70

Airy Nothings Shakespeare 490

Alabaster Sarcophagus, The H.Smith 663

Alaric the Visigoth, tHrge of. E. Etterett 813

Alas ! how light a cause may move T. Moore 227

Album, Lines written in an W. Gay lord 919

Alexander's Feast J. Dryden 689

Alfred the Harper J. Sterling 601

Alice D. F. MacCarthy 160

All's Well T. Dibdin 585

All'nWeU H.McE.Kimbaa 351

Almond Blossom E. Arnold 419

Alnwick Castle Fits-Greene HaUeck 625

Alpine Heights F. W. Krummacher 407

Althea from Prison, To. . R. Lorelace 86

Amazing, beauteous change ! . . . . Ph. Doddridge 339

America W. C. Bryant 531

America to Oreat Britain W. Allston 532

American Aristocracy 7 O. Saxe 882

American Flag; The J. R. Drake 536

Amy's Cruelty E. B. Browning 147

Anchor, The Forging of the .S*. Ferguson 500

Ancient Hymn Anonymous 327

Ancient Mariner, Rime of the ..S- T. Coleridge 783

Angel of Patience, The 7. G. Wkittier 263

Angels, Battle of the Milton 454

Angel's Visit, An E. S Tttrner 169

Angel's Whisper, The 5". Lover 21

Angler, The 7- ChalkhOl 620

Angler, The T.B. Read 6n

Anglers' Trysting-Tree, The T. T. Stoddart 619

Angler's Wish, The I.Walton 620

Angling 7. Thomson 621

Angling, In Praise of SirH. Wotton 619

Animals, Of Cruelty to M. F. Tupper 703

Animals, Plea for the 7. Thomson 704

AnnabelLee E. A. Poe 275

Anne Hathaway Anonymous 814

Annie, For — E. A. Poe 297

Axmie, Lines to the Memory of H. B. Stowe 261

Annuity, The G. Ouiram 996

Answer to a Child's Question — S. T. Coleridge 143

Antiquity of Freedom, The W. C. Bryant 554

Antony and Cleopatra W. H> Lytle 293

Apple-Tree, The Planting of the ..W.C. Bryant 419

Approachof Age, The G. Crahbe 245

Aprds A.7Mundy 695

April Violet^ An Anonymous 281

Arab, The Charles L.Calverly 913

Are the children at home t....M.E. M. Sangster 270

Arthur, Death of A.Tennyson 597

As by the shore at break of day T.Moore 544

Ask me no more A. Tennyson 120

Aspasia, Pericles and G. Croly 506

As ships becalmed A.H.CUmgh 183

As slow our ship T. Moore 188

Atalanta Conquered W. Morris 1 1 1

Atalanta Victorious. W. Morris no

Athulf and Ethilda H. Taylor 120

At Sea 7'T. Trowbridge 563

At the Church Gate W. M. Thackeray 67

AufWiedersehen! 7. R. Lowell 119

Augusta, To Lord Byron 174

Auld Lang Syne R' Burns 716

Auld Robin Gray Lady Barnard 205

Aurella,To 7 Dyer 384

Author's Miseries, The A. Pope 706

Autumn T- Hood 395

Autumn P- B. Shelley 395

Autumn, A Still Day in 5". H. Whitman 638

Autumn, The W. D. Gallagher 396

Autumn Walk, My W.C.Bryant 486

Auzltaliens R. B. Lytton 228


Baby Louise M. Ey tinge 21

BabyMay W.C.Bennett 18

Baby'sShoes W.C.Bennett 23

Baby, The Calidasa 18

Baby, The G.Macdonald iS

Baby Zulma's Christmas Carol ....A. 7. Reqitier 787

Bachelor's Hall 7.i'tnley 906

Balaklava A.B Meek 463

Baltimore, The Sack of T. Davis 79«

Banks o* Doon, The R. Bunts 20s

oftheLee,The T. Drrt'fx i(^

Digitized by







Bumockbum ^. Bums 513

BantyTim 7- /fay goi

Barbara Fxietchie y, G. H^kittier 543

Barber's Shop, Joxieaatthe Punch 914

Barclay ofUry y. G. IVkittier 487

Bard's Epitaph, A R. Bum* 829

Barefoot Boy, The 7. G. WhittUr 36

Battle-Field, The W. C. Bryant 485

Battle-Hymn of the Republic y. W. Howe 556

Battla of Blenheim, The R. Southey 489

Battle of the Angela Miiton 454

Battle-Song of Qastavns Adolphus M. A lUnburg 468

Bayard M.L.RitUr 852

BayofBiwsay, The A. Cherry 586

Beach Bird. The Little R. H. Dana 446

Beach, Newport H. Th. Tuckerman 736

Beacon, The P. M. yame* 575

Beal' an Dholne Sir H^. Scoti 459

Beatrice Cenci P. B. Shelley 798

BeaatiAil Day, On a y. Sterling 367

Beantifal River, The B. F. Taylor aoa

Beautiful Snow y. IV. Watson 230

Beanty Lord Thurlow 666

Bedouin Love-Song T. Pamell 134

Before and after the Rain T. B. Aldrich 638

Before Sedan Anonymous 480

Beginnings, Small Ch. Mackay btyj

Belfly Pigeon, The N. P WUlis 436

Belgrade, Siege of Anonymous 916

Believe me, if all those endearing young charms

T. Moore 133

Belinda A, Pope 66

BeU9 0ftheBaU, The W. M. Praed 330

Bella, City R. H. Barham 659

Bells of Shandon, The F. Mahony 658

Bells, The E. A. Poe 657

Bell, The Passing .....7. Pior^oni 660

Benedicite y. G. Whittier 33

Benny A. C. Ketchum rj

Bertha in the l^ne E.B.Browning ao8

Beth Qelert W. R. Spencer 617

Betrothed Anew E. C. Stedman 429

Beyond the smiling and the weeping . . H. Bonar 392

BiUandJoe O. W.Holmes 56

Bingen on the Rhine C. E. Norton 476

Blreh Stream, The A. B. Averill 639

Bird Language E* S. Smith 787

Birds y. Montgomory 433

Birds by my Window E. Spencer 434

Bird'sNest,A « ^urdis 433

Birds, Plea for the H. W. ^mmg/eclow 433

Bird, Tea Lord Thurlow 446

Birth of Portraiture, The T. Moor* 103

Bishop, Qod's Judgment on a Wicked R. Southey 791

Bivouac of the Dead, The Th. O'Hara 540

Black and Blue Eyes T. Moore 143

Blackbird, The F. Tennyson 640

Black-Eyed Susan y. Gay 185

Black Regiment, The G. H. Baker 464

Blacksmith, The Village H. IV. Longfellow 495

Blessed are they that mourn W. C. Bryant 718

Blessed Damozel, The D. G Rossetti 758

Blest as the Immortal Gods Sappho 132

Blighted Love Camoens 222

Blind Boy, The C Gibber 258

Blindness, On his Milton 330

Blindness, On his own Milton 672

Blood Hone, The B.W.Procter 430

Blossoms, To R. Herrick 418

Blow, blow, thou winter wind Skakespeare 2 )6

Blue and the Gray, TF.e P.M. Finch 483

Boadicea W. Cowper 311

Boatmen, Song of the Negro y. G. Whittier 557

Boat, Th^ Pleasure R.H.Dana 619

Bobolink,The T.Hm 439

Bomba, King of Naples, Death-Bed of ... . Punch 834
Bonaparte, Popular Recollections of F. Mahony 82a

Bonnie Wee Thing R Burm 123

Books Anonymous 683

Books y. Higgins 683

Boone, Daniel Lord Byron 840

Borrowing /?. W. Emerson 746

BostonHymn R.W.Emerson 556

Bower of Bliss, The E- Spenser 752

Boyhood W.AlUton 37

"Boa," A Welcome to W. H. Venable S39

Brahma R.W.Emerson 722

Brahma's Answer R. H. Stoddard 732

Brave at Home, The T. B Read 505

Brave, How sleep the W. Collins 505

Brave Old Oak, The H.F.Chorley 416

Break, break, break A.Tennyson 235

Breathes there the man Sir W. Scott 505

Bride, The Sir y. Suckling 164

Bridge, Horatios at the T. B. Macaulay 507

Bridge of Sighs, The T. Hood 251

Brierwood Pipe^ The CD. Shanfy 475

Brigantine, My y. F.Cooper 585

British Soldier in China, The . . .Sir F. H DoyU 473

Brooklet, The Sir R.Grant 701

Brookside. The R. M. Milues 92

Brook, Song of the A. Tennyson 408

Broom-Flower, The M. Howitt 424

Brougham, Henry, Baron Yauz Anonymous 836

Bruoe and the Spider B. Barton 512

Bruce, The Heart of the W. E. Aytoun 457

Brutus over the Body of Lucretia ..y. H. Payne jiyj

Bugle, The A.Tennyson 411

Burial of Moses, The C. F. Alexander 344

Burial of the Dane, The H»H. BrowneU 573

Burial, The Drummer Boy's Anonymous 480

Buried Flower, The W. E. Aytoun 262

BuriedTo-day D. M. Craik 260

Bums E. Elliott 827

Bums Fitz- Greene Halleck 827

Bums H. N. Potoers 829

Bums y.G. Whittier 827

Bums, Robert.'. y.E. Rankin £28

Busy, curious, thirsty fly V. Boum* 731

Byron R. Pollok 831

Byron's Latest Verses Lord Byron ac6

]^ the Alma River D.M.Craih 199


GaUph and Satan, The y. F.Clarke 789

Camp-bell (Charade) W. M. Praed 832

Campbell, To T. Moore 832

Camp, Song of the B. Taylor 741

Cana 7 F. Clarke 351

Canadian Boat-Song T. Moore 618

Canterbury Pilgrims, The G. Chaucer 641

Cape Cottage at Sunset W. B. Glazier 372

Caraotaons B. Barton 551

Carillon H. W, Longfellow 659

CasaWappy D. M. Moir 268

Castara W.Habington 48

Castle, Alnwiok Fitz Greene Halleck 625

Castle in the Air, The T Paine 755

Castle Noriftam Sir W. Scott 623

Catalogue, The Captain Morris 152

Cataract of Lodore, The R. Sontkey 412

Ca' the yowes to the knowes R. Bums loi

CavalrySong R.W.Raymond 466

Cavalry, Song of the E. C Stedman 466

Digitized by





CelastiAl Cknmtrx, The B.de MorUix 311

Centennial Hjnoui 7. G. IVkiuUr 546

Centennial Meditation ofColumbia ..^. Z,a>wr 545

(Centennial) National Ode « B, Taylor 546

(Centennial) People's Song of Peace.... 7 MdUr 549

Cento Verses Anitymous 915

Certaine Blan, Of a Sir J. Harrington 855

Chain Verses Anonymoms 917

Chambered NantUns, The O.W. Holnus 589

Chameleon, The J. Merrick 856

(ThancellorBTille, The Wood of . . . . D. R. German 541

Cniange P- B. Shelley 683

Changes R. B. Lytton 230

Caiarge at Waterloo, The Sir fV. Scott 462

enlarge of the Light Brigade A. Tennyson 464

Charles XII S. Johnson 817

(Hiarlle Machree W. y. Hoppin 102

Charlotte, The Princess Lord Byron 819

Chastity IV. Chamber laynt 68a

(Hiess-Board, The R.B. Lytton 106

(Theyy-Chase R. Sheale 591

Child and Maiden SirC.SedUy 85

CJhild dnrlDg Sickness, Toa L. Hwtt 34

(Children's Hour, The H, W. Longfellow 46

Children, The CM. Dickinson iSi

C^oe^To Peter Pindar 145

Choosing a Name Mary Lamb 18

Chord, A Lost A. A. Procter 735

Choms of Wnglish Songsters — IV. J. Courthope 43a

Christian Calling, The Anonymous 360

Christmas Hymn Milton 724

Christmas in the Olden Time Sir W. Scott 641

(Thronicle, The A. Cowley 144

Ciiareh Oate, At the W.M.Thackeray 67

Church Porclk, The G. Herbert 327

City and Conntry O. IV. Holmes 88t

(?ity Bells R. H. Barham 659

Civil War C D. Skaniy 475

Clam, Sonnet to a y, G. Sojee 890

COan-Alpine, Song of Sir tV. Scott 467

Clarence, The Dream of Shakespeare 809

Cnaude Melnoite's Apology and Defense Bnlwer ao6

Cneonandl Ch. Mackay 668

(Tleopatra Shakespeare 644

Cleopatra IV. W. Story 13^

Closing Soene, Hie T. B. Read 65:

Closing Year, The G. D. Prentice 726

dead, The P.B.Shelley 749

Cloud, The Evening J. Wilson 698

Cloud, The Little y. H Bryant 537

Cock and the Bull, The C. L. Calverly 91a

Coliseum by Moonlight Lord Byron 639

Coliseum, The Lord Byron 624

Collegian to his Bride. The Punch 895

Columbia T.Lhttight 532

Come into the garden, Maud A. Tennyson 96

Come, let us kisse and parte M, Drayton 191

Come not, when I am dead A.Tennyson 230

Come, rest in this bosom T.Moore 133

Come to me, dearest y. Brennan ao4

Come to these scenes of peace ....W. L. Bowles 367

Comfort MCoUms 877

Omiin' thro* the Rye Adapudby Bums 136

Common Lot, The... y, Montgomery 309

C^ompliments of the Season, The R. W. Raymond a6

Concord Monument Bymn J?. W. Emerson 533

Connubial Life y. Thomson 168

(kmstancy Anonymous 699

(Content R.Greene 668

Contentation Ch. Cotton 670

(Contentment y. Sylvester 668

Contentment O. IV. Holmes 669 I

Contradiction iV. Cowper 698

Cooking and Courting Anonymous 157

Coral Ghrove, The y.G. Hercival 582

Coral Insect, The 7. Montj^omery 581

Coral Insect^ Tlie L. H. Sigoumey 580

Coronach Sir W. Scott 272

Coronation H.Hunt 688

Correspondences CP.Cranch 361

Cotter's Saturday Night, The R. Bums 348

Countess Laura G H. Boker 806

Country Life, The R.Hetrick 641

Country, My A. Tennyson 515

Country, My y. Montgomery 505

Course ofTrue Love, The Shakespeare 205

Courtin', The y. R. Lowell 896

Court Lady, A E. B. Browning 530

Cowper, Rousseau and C. Wilcox 825

Cradle Song, A /. Watts 24

Chradle Song Anonymous 19

Cradle Song y. G Holland 17

Creation Milton 363

(Mcket, The W. Cowper 449

C^mwell, Oliver y. Dryden 817

Cromwell, To the Lord Qenoral MiUon 817

Ouelty to Animals, Of M F.Tupper 703

Cuckoo-dock, The C. B. Southey 660

Chickoo, To the y. Logan 436

Culprit Ptoy, The y. R Drake 769

<?upid and Campaspe y. Lyly 148

(hipid Swallowed L. Hunt 151

(Jyrus, The Tomb of Anonymous 814


Daffodils R.Herrick 427

Daffodils W. Wordsworth 4.7

Dagger of the Mind, A Shakespeare 796

Daisy, The y. Leyden 426

Daisy, The y Montgomery 426

Daisy, To a Mountain R. Burns 423

Dane, The Burial of the H. H. Bronmell 57a

Darkness is thinning Pope Gregory L 32a

Darwin M. Collins 892

Davie Sillar, To R. Bnms 671

Dawn R' W. Gilder 369

Daybreak H. W.Longfellow 368

Day, in nrelting purple dying M. Brooks 197

Day in the Pamflli Doria, A Jf.B.Stowe 630

Dead Priend, The ...A.Tennyson 56

Dead, The Bivouac of the Th O'Hara 540

Death Lord Byron 302

Death and Cupid 7- G. Saxe 148

Death and the Youth L. E. Landon 234

Death-Bed, A y.Atdrich 293

DeathofaBeautiftd WifB, Onthe. ...H.King tqa

Death of a Daughter, On the R. H. Barham 393

Death of Arthur A. Tennyson 597

Death of Leonidas, The G. Croly 506

Death of the Flowers, The W. C Bryant 428

Death of the White Fawn A. Marvell 221

Death-8on& Indian A. H. Hunter 290

Death, The (9enius of G. Croly 720

Death, the Leveler y. Shirley 301

Death, The Trooper's R.W.Raymond 467

Death, To Gluck 290

Deborah Lee A nouymous 908

Deceived Lover, The Sir T. WyaU 71

Deep, The y.G.C. Brainard 572

Deep, The Treasures of the F Hemans 572

Delikht in CKkI F. Quarles 323

De^roftindis E. B. Browning 299

Descent, The 5*. Rogers 408

Deserted Village, The O. Goldsmith 634



Digitized by




Derire Af. ArnoU jai

Diamond, The y. y G, H^Ukimsim 735

Dickens in Camp B. HarU 840

Die down, O dismal day I D. Gmy 380

Diego Ordas in £1 Dorado Ammynunu 756

DieelrsB T. He Celano 313

Difference, The M. L. Ritter 135

Dinnaaskme Dunl^^ 107

Dirge for a Soldier "...G. H. Boker 483

Dirge for a Toong Oirl' y. T. FUld» joa

Dirge of Alaric, the Visigoth E. EverHt 813

Dirge^The H,Kin£ 303

Disappointed Loyer, The A. C Snnmhtriu aa6

Disappointment Af-G Brooks aa3

Disguised Maiden, The . .Benumout and FUUher 688

Dismal Swamp, The Lake of the '/'. Moor* 783

Diversitiee of Fortone T. Hood 358

Divided y.lngelow 186

Diyina Commedia H. W, Longfellow 650

Domestic Birds y. Thomson 433

Donald the Black, Song of Sir IV. Scott 466

Doolkamein, Hie Tnimpets of L. HutU 600

Doorstep, The E- C. Sudman 741

Dorothy in the Garret y. T. Trowbridie aio

Doubt, ▲ Dr. R.Hughes 146

Doubting Heart, The A.A.Procter 718

Dover Beach M. Arnold 563

Dover Cliff Shakespeare 407

Dew's Flat B. Harte 899

Dozology, A Lancashire D. M. Crash 503

Drake, Joseph Rodman Fitt-Greene HaUeck 834

Dreamer, The Anonymous 346

Dream of Clarence, The ... , SheUuspeare 809

Dream of Eugene Aram, The T.Hood 810

Dreams and Realities P.Cary 55

Dreams, Sleepless D G. Rossetti 708

Dream, The Lord Byron 680

Dream, The Blariner's IV. Dimond 567

Dream, The Soldier's T. CampbeU 480

Dress, A Sweet Disorder in R. Herrick 698

Dress, Freedom in B.yonson 698

Drifting T. B. Read 731

Drink to me only with thine eyes.. . . Pkilostrahis 714

Driving Home the Cows K.P.Osgood 483

Drop, drop, slow tears G. Fletcker 333

Drop of Dew, A A. Marvell 393

Drummer Boy's Burial, The Anonymous 479

Dnury Lane, A TUe of ^..H.Smitk 910

Dueling ^. Cowper 705

Dule 's i' this bonnet o' mine, The ....E. Waugh 904

Dum Vivimus, Vivamus Ph. Doddridge 335

Duncan Oray cam' here to woo R.Burns 153

Duty Anot^n$o»u 503

Dying Christian to his Soul, The A.Pope 338

Dying Gertrude to Waldegrave^ The T. Casnphell 193

DyingHynm, A A. Cary 356

Dying Saviour, The P. Gerhardt 336


EachandAn R. IV. Emef^on 365

Eagle, The A. Tennyson 447

Earl of Quarterdeck, The G.Macdonmld 603

Early Friendship A. DeVere 61

Earnest Suitk An SirT.WyeUt 191

Echo y.G. Saxo 917

Echo and Silence Sir E. Brydges ym

Echo and the Lover Anonymous 917

Echoes T.Moore 93

Education of Nature W.Wordsworth 47

Edwin and Paulinns Anonymous 354

Eggs and the Horses, The Anonymous 875

El Dorado, DisgoOrdas in Anonymous 758

Electrician's Valentine, The A no t tym ou s 89s

Elegy on Madame Blaise O. Goldsmith 861

ElegyontheDeathofaMadDog..a Gtf/dlrMf^A 861

Elegy written in a Countiy Chuzehyara T. Gray 306

Eleonora y. Drydon 387

Emigrants in Bermuda, Song of the. . W . Ma-vell 584

Emigrant's Wish, The Anonymous 303

(Bmmett, R.) O, breathe not his name !. . J/<wr^ 834

Emmett's Epitaph R. Southey 833

Enchantments A. Cary 99

End of the Play, The W, M. Thackeray 359

Ends of Life, The W. Drummond yo^

Enid's Song A. Teunyson 696

Enigma (The Letter H) C Fanshawe 697

Enoch Arden at the Window A. Tennyson 333

Epigna Asleep W. W.Bailey 379

Epigram, An (Woman's Will) y.G. Saxe 883

Epigrams 5". T. Coleridge 864

Epitaph on Elizabeth L. H. B.yonson 816

Epitaph, Emmett's R. Sonthey 833

Epitaph on the Countess of Pembroke B. yonson 816

Epithalamion, The E.Spenser 16s

Eton College, On a Distant Prospect of . . T. Gray 738

Etrurian Valley, In the Buht*er 628

Euthanasia H. More 720

Evangeline on the Prairie ....H. W. Longfellow 646

EvelynHope R.Browning 375

Evening Lord Byron 373

Evening Cloud, The y. Wilson 698

Evening in Paradise Milton 375

Evening, Ode to W. Collins 374

Evening Star, The T. CampbeU 371

Evening Wind, The W.C. Bryant 371

Eve of Election, The y.G. WhUtier 553

Eve of St Agnes, The . -J* Keats 135

Example 7- Keble 676

Execution of Montrose, The W. E.Aytoun 791

Exileof Erin T. CampbeU 533

Experience and a Moral, An F. S- Cosaens 313


Fairest thing in mortal eyes. The Z>M(r^Oy^2nMu 300

Fkir Helen of Kiroonnell Anonymous 376

Fairies. FhreweU to the R. Corbett 114

Ftdrles' Lullaby Shakespeare 764

Ftdries'Song T.Randolph 764

FUries,The W. Allingham 763

Fairy Queen, The Anonymous 763

FWrySong y. Keats 766

Faith P. A. Kemble 740

lUthandHope R P*^ 183

Faithftil Angel, The MUton 347

FaithAd Lovers, Hie Anonymous ijs

Ftathless Bally Brown T.Hood 868

Fame A. Pope 699

Fsme B' yonson 6qi9

Fsmily Meeting, The C Sprague 183

Fancy, Delightsof M. Akenside 748

Fancy, Hollo, my Anonymous 74S

Itocy in Kubibus S T. CoUridge 7S»

Fantasy B.yonson 748

FteeweU I but whsnever T.Moore 193

Fkrewell,Li«B. T.Hood S91

FkreweU of a Slave Mother, The . . 7. t?. WhUtier 190

Farewell, The Sea-Boy's Anonymous 573

Fkrewell I tliou art too dear Shakespeare 191

Farewelltothee, Araby's daughter.... r.^^rr 389

FneweU to Tbbaooo, A C Lamb 49^

FMn«^Boy,The R.Bloomfield 497

Fsthsr Land and Mother Tongue S. Lover bin

Fatima and Raduan W.C.Bryemi isi

Fsj.llMOalprtt y. R. Drake 769


Digitized by





Fttar no mora tbe heat o* tbe loxi. . . .Shmkesfearg

Female Ckmviot^ The L. E. Ltrndon

Fei^goflon's Cat Anonymcn*

Fern, The Petrified M. L. B* Branch

Fetching Water from the Well. Anonymous

Fight of Faith, The. A.Ask*we

Filial Love Lord Byron

Fine Old Engliah Gentleman, T!h».., .A nanymotu

Fire hy the Sea, The A. Gary

Fire of Love, The Eari Dorset

Ilreaide, By the L. L arcom

Fireside, The N. Cotton

Firrt Kist, The T. CampdeU

First Love Lord Byron

First Snowfall, The J. R. LoweU

First Spring Flowers Mrs, Howland

Fisher Folk, The Poor K. Hugo

Fishers, The Three Ch,KmgsUy

Fisher, The Gootht

Flight into Egypt, The F. Mahony

Flood of Tears, The W, C. Bryant

Florence Vane Ph,P.Cookt

Flotsam and Jetsam Anonymous

Flower o* Dnmblane, The R. TannakiU

Flower of Finae^ The T. Davis

Flowers T. Hood

Flowers, Hymn to the H. Smith

Flowers, The Death of the IV. C. Bryant

Flowers, The Use of. M. Howitt

Flowers withont Fmit y. H. Newman

Fly, Busy, carious, thirsty V, Bourne

Fly, Tba 7. Woleott

Fly to the desert, fly with me T. Moore

Folding the Flocks Beaumont and Fletcher

Follow a shadow, it still flies you .,,.B. Jonson

Foolish Virgins, The A. Tennyson

Footsteps of Angels H.W. Longfellow

Fop, Hotspur's Description of a — Shakespeare

For a' that and a' that R. Bums

For Charlie's Sake J. W. Palmer

Forest Hymn, A iV. C. Bryant

Forest Primeval, The H, W. Longfellow

Forever with the Lord y, Montgomery

Forging of the Anchor, The 5". Ferguson

Forlorn Shepherd's Complaint^ The — T. Hood

For love's sweet sake B. Cornwall

Forsaken Merman, The M. Arnold

Fortone Fitm-Greene HaUech

Fortune Sir y. Harrington

FraOiaoomo R. Buchatusn

Freedom in Dress B. yonson

Freedom, The Antiquity of H^.C. Bryant

Freeman, The IV, Cowper

Fremont^ John C y.G. Whiitier

French Camp, Incident of the R* Browning

Friar of orders gray, lama 7* O^Ke^fe

Friar of Orders Qray, The 7*. Percy

Friends Departed H. Vaughmn

Friendship R. W. Emerson

Friendship Shakespeare

From the recenee of a lowly spirit. .7. Bowring

Frosty The H.F.Gould

Future Life, The IV. C BryeuU

Future, The A.Pope

CNunbols of Children, The G. Darley

Gkurden of Love, The W. Blake

Garrison, William Lloyd J. R. Lowell

Gas-making: An Impromptu ..R. W.Raymond

Genevieve S* T. Coleridge

Genius of Death, The G.Crofy

301 Oentilwoman, To a O. R. ri

394 Gentleman ofthe Old School, A ....i4««MrMMM 654

891 Giaoomo, Fhb R. Buchanan 80s

754 Gifts of God, The G Herbert 696

8a Ginevra S.Rogers 605

339! Girdle^ On a E. Waller 86

173 < Give me more love, or more disdain . . T. Carew 80

866 Give.metheold R. H. Messenger 716

579 Give me three grains of com, mother

85 ' Miu Edwards 355

176 . Give plaoe, ye lovers Lord Surrey 65

177 I Glove and the Lions, The L.Hunt 60s

135 GluggityGlug G.Colman^yr. 858

689 I God Demhavin 330

364 ; God everywhere in Nature C Wilcox 453

381 I Godiva A. Tennyson 644

377 ! God's Acra H. W.Longfellow 305

Go, feel what I have felt Anot^mous 494

Go,happyrose R. Herrich 71

G<dng and Coming E. A. yenhs 738

Gold T. Hood 705

iGoldenGirl, A B. ComwaU 144

574 \ Golden Binglet> The.

A. B. Welby 27S

Go,lovelyrose E. Waller 66

GoodAle y.Still 838

Good By R. W. Emerson 719

Good Bye Anonymotu 183

Good Great Man, The S.T.Coleridge 676

GoodKight C'Th.Kdmer 304

Good Night and Good Morning ,...R. M. Milnes 31

Go to thy rest» Ctdr child Mrs. Sigoumey 271

Gougaune Barra 7- 7' Callanan 52a

Gouty Merchant and the Stranger, The H. Smith 867

Qrape-Vine Swing, The 7. G. Simms 4<8

Grass, The Voice of the S. Roberts 437

Grasshopper and Cricket^ Hie y, Keats 449

Grasshopper and Cricket^ The L.Hunt 449

Grasshopper, Soliloquy on a W. Harte 448

Grasshopper, The Anacreon 449

Qravea of a Household, The F. Hemans 303

Gray, Growing A. Dobson 715

Ghray Hair, The One ,..W.S. Landor 713

Gray Head, The Toung C B. Southey yijl^

GreatBrltain O Goldsmith 633

Greatness A.Pope 700

Great St. Bernard, The S.Rogers 408

Grecian Urn, Odeona 7- Keats 750

Greece (Childe Harold) Lord Byron 336

Greece (The Giaour) Lord Byron 326

Greek Poet, Song of the Lord Byron 323

Ghreen grow the rashes, O ! R. Burns 143

Greenwood Cemetery C. Ken$udy 303

Greenwood Shrift, The R. and C. Southey 343

Greenwood, The W. L. Bowles 416

Grief Shahespeare 290

Grief fkxr the Dead Anonymous 360

GfongarHill y. Dyer 406

Groomsman to his Mistress, The. . T. W. Petrsotu 149

Growing Gray A. Dobson 713

Growth, The True B. yonson 663

Gulf-Weed. C G. Fenner 583

Guy Fawkes.

.Anonymous 867


Halleok, Fita-Greene y.G.WhiUier 853

Hallowed Grofond T.CampUa 713

HamptonBeaeh y. G. Whittier 363

Hang up his harp : hell wake no more E. Cook 391

Hans Br eitm ann's Party C. G. Leland 901

Happiness A. Pope 673

Happy Heart, The T. Decker 493

HappyLi)EB^ A Sir H. Wotton 674

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Hftppj Haa, Tha y. C^m p ^ r 67a

Hare aad nuny Friand% Hm J-Gay 860

HArk, hark I the lark Skmiu^tart 438

Wanniwan R,C. Trtneh 686

Harper, Alfred the 7. SUrli$^ 601

Harper, To the Memory of Fletcher .,D,M. Craik 849

Harp, The Origin of the T. Mo&rt 76a

Haip that onoe through Tara'tHallB, The.. Aftf#r# 518

Harry Ashland, One of my Lovers ...i4i«Mjnw#ta 38

Harvest Moon, To the H.K^Whiu 495

Haont of the Sorcerer, The MUUn 756

Hawthorne H. W.Lomiftaow 849

Health, A B. C. Pmckney 76

Hearth and Home, A Song fbr the W. R. Duryea 176

Heart of the Brace, The W,B,Ayt«uH 457

Heath Cock, The J. BaiUu 441

Heath this night must be my bed. The — ScoH 184

Heaven % Tayhr 330

Heaven N.A.W.Priesi 331

Heaving of the Lead, The Ptmrct 585

Hebrew Wedding H.H.MUmoH 165

He giveth his beloved sleep B. B. Browning 677

Height of the Ridionlons, The O. IV. Holwus 879

Heine^s (}rave M. Amdd 837

Hehrrilyn Sir W. Scoit 613

Hence, all ye vain delights Beaumont and FUichar 335

Henderson, Elegy on Captain Matthew i?. Burnt 830

Hen, The CUuuUm 89a

Her Letter. B. Harto 889

Her Likeness D. M. Craik 87

Hermit, The y. Boattie 674

Heri, Cras. Hodie R. IV. Bmorton 746

Heroism R. U^. Smorton 746

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